The water infrastructure market in the U.S. is expected to grow to meet the needs of aging infrastructure and increased demand, despite strained budgets and funding, according to FMI, a consulting firm for the construction and engineering industries. "[T]he water infrastructure market for design and construction will return to slow growth in 2013 as a result of improvements in economic fundamentals linked to the water market, such as housing and tax collections, and the ever present needs of the system," FMI said.

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